Project Description

JEFFERY ROTH – Director and Executive Producer

Jeffrey Roth’s directorial debut came with feature length documentary, The Wonder of it All, released theatrically, became an award winning, critically acclaimed documentary film that has shown worldwide.
Jeffrey’s latest directorial effort is the documentary film, “41”, an extraordinary look into the personal life of our 41st President of the United States of America, George HW Bush.   After seeing Jeffrey’s first documentary, President Bush agreed to give him unprecedented access. The film was released on HBO, Executive Produced by Jerry Weintraub.
While continuing to pursue a directing career, Jeffrey works on multi-camera sitcoms such as 2 Broke Girls (Warner Brothers), How I Met Your Mother (Fox), Reba and 8 Simple Rules to name a few.
Jeffrey attended California State University Northridge and earned his Bachelor of Arts in film production.

PAUL BASTA – Cinematographer and Producer

Paul Basta has been living and working in Los Angeles since 1972 where he attended UCLA graduate school in Motion Pictures and Television.  While earning his degree of MFA, he began shooting camera for industrials and documentaries, among them being the Viking I and II, Mars landings and Voyager I at the JPL.
He has since worked on many sitcoms from “Family Ties” to “Everybody Loves Raymond,” spanning a remarkable 30 career as a camera operator.  He earned an Emmy Award in 1987.
His love of the space program has been a passion from an early age and remains a major influence to this day.  He is the cinematographer and producer of The Wonder of it All.
While producing has been challenging and exciting, Basta still finds the camera the most gratifying to him on a personal level: “Thinking visually and then realizing it through the lens will always be close to my heart.”


Scott Starrett has composed original music for award-winning feature films and television. According to The Boston Globe, his music possesses “an attractively dappled quality as contrasting gestures interrupt and overlap each other.”


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